Current Affairs 29 May

Released on bail, Pinjra Tod members sent to 2 days police custody in another anti-CAA FIR: Police says “active in anti- national activities”

A  Delhi court yesterday remanded two Pinjra Tod members, Natasha Narwal and Devangana Kalita to two days police custody in connection with an FIR registered for the jafarabad anti-CAA sit-in protest which was held earlier this year. Narwal and Kalita were arrested on May 23 by Delhi police in FIR 48/2020 for the alleged commission of offences under section 147,186, 188, 353, 283, 341, and 341 IPC in connection with the jafarabad anti- CAA protest.

Uproar in Hong Kong against China, abandoned tear gas shells

Hundreds of people protested on Sunday in protest against the proposed new security law in Hong Kong. The police used tear gas to overcome the pro-democracy protesters. China’s plan is to introduce a new security law in Hong Kong, which people are opposing there. In view of the protest, heavy police arrangements were made outside the administrative office in Hong Kong. The provision of the proposed law that people are more concerned about is that china can set up agencies in Hong Kong that will be responsible for national security. This means that china will have its own law enforcement agency then, while such agencies already exist in the city.   

Covid -19 lockdown: Punjab Haryana HC permit schools to gather 70% school expenses, pay 70% compensation to educators

A complaint had been raised that while schools have been confined from gathering buildings/transportation/supper charges and so forth from one viewpoint they are additionally banned from decreasing  pay rates for instructors during lockdown. Punjab and Haryana High court on Friday permitted schools in the states to gather 70% of the all-out expense payable by understudies as break help in requests by the school the board relationship in the midst of the COVID-19 lockdown[Independent schools’ association Chandigarh(Regd.)and others v.state of Punjab and others.]

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